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  • 10th
  • Credit=1 (2 Semesters)

Title: AEN212&AEN213--ENGLISH 10

Pre-Requisite: None

Course Description: A diverse mix of genres and sources from across the globe will be explored in this introduction to world literature course. A study of literary, moral, philosophical, and emotional issues encountered in world literature will enable students to read, write, and think competently and critically. Thematic and chronological approaches will be used to align some texts with students' history classes. In this course, students will refine their writing process, understand literary devices, develop their critical thinking skills, and develop their synthesis and reading abilities.

Work Load: Group and Individual Work, Discussion, Projects, Presentations, and Essays,  Formative and Summative Work. Plan on roughly 15-30 minutes of homework a night.

Why would you be interested in the Class: Students should take this class if they want to focus on developing their foundational writing skills, critical thinking skills, close reading skills, and vocabulary.

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